Five heavyweight DUB mixes straight from the Dubroom Studio! Four riddims have also been released as Discomixes, and one is a heavier DUB from a riddim that featured on "Apocalypse Then
Track 1: Dub From Galilee
A Cool and Dreadly Drum and Bassline form the foundation for this opening track. Lion roaring, Vocal parts, a few jingles here and there and long, long echo's form just a few ingredients.
See Also: MAN FROM GALILEE (DISCOMIX)
2006 - A DUB ODYSSEY
Track 2: Dub From My Hometown
The tempo is slow, the bass plays an ever-changing still monotonous line and accompanies the drums that play a traditional One Drop rhythm. All kinds of effects come in several layers and combinations, leaving no instrument dry.
See Also: SPIRITUAL SLAVERY (4 TRACK DUB 'N' DISCOMIX EP)
Track 3: Dub From Vibes
Up-tempo and highly danceable, yet mixed in a heavy DUB style. The drums play an unorthodox Rub a Dub style, the bass plays a more traditional kind of line. Every now and then they take a break, while all kinds of effects enter in and out.
See Also: A SIGN IN EGYPT
Track 4: Dub From Style
An up-tempo Rub a Dub riddim, played and mixed in a traditional style. Nuff reverbs on the snare, the riddim section coming with echo's, voice dropping in an out hailing up Dub music and chanting down MTV.
See Also: RUB A DUB MUSIC, RUB A DUB STYLE (DISCOMIX)
Track 5: Dub From Sight
An up-tempo Steppers, starting with a heavy echo on the opening Drum Roll, then the riddim section plays, echo's come in and the Drum and Bass take over. And while they play the echo machines run like crazy over about anything they can get into their hands.
See Also: IN THE SIGHT OF JAH (DISCOMIX)